10/19/19 — Brockville Ontario Speedway

Defending Series Champion Matt Sheppard’s bucket list just got a little shorter as he took his No. 9S Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modified to the front for an elusive win at Brockville Ontario Speedway. Rival Larry Wight captured the second step of the podium while Mat Williamson finished third. Sheppard has now retaken the Super DIRTcar Series points lead over Williamson, but only by the slightest margins.

FEATURE (100 Laps)
1. 9S-Matt Sheppard [12][$7,500]; 2. 99L-Larry Wight [3][$4,000]; 3. 88-Mat Williamson [6][$2,500]; 4. 91-Billy Decker [4][$1,800]; 5. 2L-Jack Lehner [1][$1,600]; 6. R70-Ryan Arbuthnot [15][$1,400]; 7. 26-Ryan Godown [13][$1,300]; 8. 35-Mike Mahaney [10][$1,200]; 9. 124-Mario Clair [24][$1,100]; 10. 27J-Danny Johnson [8][$1,000]; 11. 19-Tim Fuller [20][$800]; 12. 21A-Peter Britten [21][$700]; 13. 54-Steve Bernard [23][$600]; 14. 21-Yan Bussiere [16][$575]; 15. 98H-Jimmy Phelps [19][$550]; 16. 37-Paul StSauveur [25][$525]; 17. 111-Demetrios Drellos [2][$500]; 18. 7MM-Michael Maresca [7][$500]; 19. 96C-JF Corriveau [5][$500]; 20. 25-Erick Rudolph [11][$500]; 21. 8-Tim O’Brien [14][$500]; 22. 17-Marcus Dinkins [26][$500]; 23. 96-Brian McDonald [18][$500]; 24. 66-Kyle Dingwall [22][$500]; 25. 66X-Carey Terrance [17][$500]; 26. 38-Luke Whitteker [9][$500]

KSE Hard Charger Award: 124-Mario Clair[+15]

Qualifying Flight-A
1. 66X-Carey Terrance, 14.418; 2. 9S-Matt Sheppard, 14.484; 3. 25-Erick Rudolph, 14.551; 4. 91-Billy Decker, 14.677; 5. 26-Ryan Godown, 14.706; 6. 73jr-Mathieu Boisvert, 14.773; 7. ONE-David Hebert, 14.926; 8. 63-Chris Herbison, 15.066; 9. 99-Mikael Labreche, 15.267; 10. 36-Chantal Provencher, 15.565

Qualifying Flight-B
1. 2L-Jack Lehner, 14.574; 2. 99L-Larry Wight, 14.599; 3. 21A-Peter Britten, 14.653; 4. 27J-Danny Johnson, 14.728; 5. 54-Steve Bernard, 14.786; 6. 8-Tim O’Brien, 14.796; 7. 13-Kevin Hamel, 14.848; 8. 96-Brian McDonald, 14.872; 9. 9J-Jordan McCreadie, 14.874; DQ. 61-Jean Boissonneault, 15.06

Qualifying Flight-C
1. 7MM-Michael Maresca, 14.55; 2. R70-Ryan Arbuthnot, 14.577; 3. 38-Luke Whitteker, 14.744; 4. 88-Mat Williamson, 14.767; 5. 98H-Jimmy Phelps, 14.778; 6. 66-Kyle Dingwall, 14.976; 7. 88L-Lee Ladouceur, 14.999; 8. 17D-Tristan Draper, 15.105; 9. 44-Jonathan Ferguson, 15.159; 10. 17-Marcus Dinkins, 16.09

Qualifying Flight-D
1. 111-Demetrios Drellos, 14.661; 2. 96C-JF Corriveau, 14.702; 3. 21-Yan Bussiere, 14.826; 4. 35-Mike Mahaney, 14.907; 5. 37-Paul StSauveur, 14.942; 6. 66M-Corbin Miller, 15.174; 7. 19-Tim Fuller, 15.207; 8. 23-Yan Bilodeau, 15.331; 9. 91L-Mathieu Laramee, 15.747; DQ. 124-Mario Clair, 14.985

Heat #1 – Flight (A) – Spon.-1 (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer
1. 9S-Matt Sheppard [2]; 2. 91-Billy Decker [4]; 3. 25-Erick Rudolph [3]; 4. 26-Ryan Godown [5]; 5. 66X-Carey Terrance [1]; 6. 63-Chris Herbison [8]; 7. 73jr-Mathieu Boisvert [6]; 8. ONE-David Hebert [7]; 9. 36-Chantal Provencher [10]; 10. 99-Mikael Labreche [9]

Heat #2 – Flight (B) – Spon.-2 (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer
1. 99L-Larry Wight [2]; 2. 2L-Jack Lehner [1]; 3. 27J-Danny Johnson [4]; 4. 8-Tim O’Brien [6]; 5. 96-Brian McDonald [8]; 6. 54-Steve Bernard [5]; 7. 21A-Peter Britten [3]; 8. 9J-Jordan McCreadie [9]; 9. 61-Jean Boissonneault [10]; 10. 13-Kevin Hamel [7]

Heat #3 – Flight (C) – Spon.-3 (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer
1. 7MM-Michael Maresca [1]; 2. 88-Mat Williamson [4]; 3. 38-Luke Whitteker [3]; 4. R70-Ryan Arbuthnot [2]; 5. 98H-Jimmy Phelps [5]; 6. 66-Kyle Dingwall [6]; 7. 88L-Lee Ladouceur [7]; 8. 17D-Tristan Draper [8]; 9. 44-Jonathan Ferguson [9]; 10. 17-Marcus Dinkins [10]

Heat #4 – Flight (D) (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer
1. 111-Demetrios Drellos [1]; 2. 35-Mike Mahaney [4]; 3. 96C-JF Corriveau [2]; 4. 21-Yan Bussiere [3]; 5. 19-Tim Fuller [7]; 6. 66M-Corbin Miller [6]; 7. 37-Paul StSauveur [5]; 8. 124-Mario Clair [10]; 9. 91L-Mathieu Laramee [9]; 10. 23-Yan Bilodeau [8]

LCS1 – Last Chance Showdowns (10 Laps) – Top 2 Transfer
1. 21A-Peter Britten [4][]; 2. 54-Steve Bernard [2][]; 3. 9J-Jordan McCreadie [6][]; 4. 63-Chris Herbison [1][]; 5. ONE-David Hebert [5][]; 6. 73jr-Mathieu Boisvert [3][]; 7. 13-Kevin Hamel [10][]; 8. 61-Jean Boissonneault [8][]; 9. 99-Mikael Labreche [9][]; 10. 36-Chantal Provencher [7][]

LCS2 ( Laps)
1. 66-Kyle Dingwall [1][]; 2. 124-Mario Clair [6][]; 3. 88L-Lee Ladouceur [3][]; 4. 66M-Corbin Miller [2][]; 5. 17D-Tristan Draper [5][]; 6. 44-Jonathan Ferguson [7][]; 7. 91L-Mathieu Laramee [8][]; 8. 37-Paul StSauveur [4][]; 9. 23-Yan Bilodeau [10][]; 10. 17-Marcus Dinkins [9][]

First Career Win at Brockville for Sheppard

BROCKVILLE, ONT – Defending Series Champion Matt Sheppard’s bucket list just got a little shorter as he took his No. 9S Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modified to the front for an elusive win at Brockville Ontario Speedway. Rival Larry Wight captured the second step of the podium while Mat Williamson finished third. Sheppard has now retaken the Super DIRTcar Series points lead over Williamson, but only by the slightest margins.

Matt Sheppard took this round in the Championship battle after Williamson got the big NAPA Super DIRT  Week win at Oswego Speedway. Sheppard willed his Big Block to the front from twelfth to pick up his first Series win of his career at Brockville.

“We’ve had a lot of really good runs here but just never came away with a W,” Sheppard said with a grin. “I can’t think of a better time than tonight. This thing was a rocket ship. We just missed the Billy Whittaker Fast-Time Award, we won our Heat Race, and the track was fast and racy tonight.”

“The Bullring” was tacky with multiple lanes, which made for some incredible racing action throughout the field. Sheppard took full advantage.

“It’s not often you start twelfth and go to the front here at Brockville. There was moisture at the bottom. We kept switching around to a bunch of different lanes,” Sheppard described.

Now the Championship points are practically a dead heat with Sheppard holding a slight lead.

“Mat has been good here especially as of late. We’re not going to go down without a fight. We’ll check Brockville off the bucket list and go on to Charlotte.”

In second was Larry Wight with his familiar crimson red Gypsum Racing Big Block Modified. He started in the second row and never fell out of the top three. Wight looked fast but described a struggle with the track and his race car.

“I was in survival mode. We’ll take the second place rather than wrecking the car trying to catch Sheppard,” Wight said. 

With the season winding down, we are winding up for the Can-Am World Finals and Wight is ready.

“We are going into the big races with extra points. We gotta gather up everything we can and try to finish off the year on as high a note as we can.”

Mat Williamson finished third and lost the points lead but it’s far from over.

“That was a battle out there. That was probably the toughest race car I’ve ever gotten to a finish. It was tough and I’m just happy to get up on the podium.”

Willamson noted his concern for Rudolph who was involved in a hard wreck in turn one during the Feature. He walked away. “That was a violent flip,” said Williamson.

Jack Lehner, who is running his first full-time season with the Super DIRTcar Series, put in a great Time Trial, took second in his Heat Race, and drew the pole for the 100-lap Feature. Lehner lead past the halfway point but Matt Sheppard jumped him on a restart to grab the lead. Lehner finished fifth which is his best Series finish.

The KSE Hard Charger for the race was Mario Clair who advanced fifteen positions to finish ninth. He used all available racing lanes to get the job done.

Next up is the Can-Am World Finals where Matt Sheppard and Mat Williamson will settle their duel for the 2019 Super DIRTcar Series Championship.

FEATURE (100 Laps)

1. 9S-Matt Sheppard [12][$7,500]; 2. 99L-Larry Wight [3][$4,000]; 3. 88-Mat Williamson [6][$2,500]; 4. 91-Billy Decker [4][$1,800]; 5. 2L-Jack Lehner [1][$1,600]; 6. R70-Ryan Arbuthnot [15][$1,400]; 7. 26-Ryan Godown [13][$1,300]; 8. 35-Mike Mahaney [10][$1,200]; 9. 124-Mario Clair [24][$1,100]; 10. 27J-Danny Johnson [8][$1,000]; 11. 19-Tim Fuller [20][$800]; 12. 21A-Peter Britten [21][$700]; 13. 54-Steve Bernard [23][$600]; 14. 21-Yan Bussiere [16][$575]; 15. 98H-Jimmy Phelps [19][$550]; 16. 37-Paul StSauveur [25][$525]; 17. 111-Demetrios Drellos [2][$500]; 18. 7MM-Michael Maresca [7][$500]; 19. 96C-JF Corriveau [5][$500]; 20. 25-Erick Rudolph [11][$500]; 21. 8-Tim O’Brien [14][$500]; 22. 17-Marcus Dinkins [26][$500]; 23. 96-Brian McDonald [18][$500]; 24. 66-Kyle Dingwall [22][$500]; 25. 66X-Carey Terrance [17][$500]; 26. 38-Luke Whitteker [9][$500]

KSE Hard Charger Award: 124-Mario Clair[+15]

DIRTcar Track Spotlight: Brockville Ontario Speedway

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CONCORD, NC – 2019 marks the fiftieth year of operation for The Bullring, Brockville Ontario Speedway. The Eastern Ontario DIRTcar sanctioned race track features Hoosier Racing Tire Weekly Championship DIRTcar 358 Modifieds and DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds. The Loud & Dirty Northeast Fall Nationals October 18-19, 2019 serves as the Championship finale for three DIRTcar Northeast Series: 358 Modifieds, Sportsman Modifieds, and Pro Stocks. This unique, high-stakes event should be on every race fan’s calendar.

Last year Brockville’s DIRTcar 358 Modified Track Champion was the legendary veteran, Danny O’Brien. He and his No. 17D visited the BOS Victory Lane six times in 2018 en route to the Track Championship. Sadly for his fans, O’Brien is hanging up the helmet and will be a spectator. All eyes will be on Ryan Arbuthnot, Kyle Dingwall, and Luke Whitteker to carry the DIRTcar 358 Modified torch in 2019. Also, just announced, Mike Maresca, in his black and orange No. 7x, will race for the 358 Modified Championship at Brockville this year.

DIRTcar Sportsman Modified driver Ryan Scott showed speed and consistency wins Championships at The Bullring. He took home three checkered flags, while runner-up Johnathon Ferguson snagged four. It was an extremely tight battle all season as Tristan Draper rounded out the podium despite tallying three wins for himself. Draper is making the jump to the 358 Modified ranks this year, showing how well the DIRTcar Northeast ladder system works. 2019 promises another exceptional season of Hoosier Racing Tire Weekly Championship DIRTcar Sportsman Modified action.

The most highly anticipated event at Brockville Ontario Speedway is the Loud & Dirty Northeast Fall Nationals, which takes place October 18-19, 2019. All four DIRTcar Northeast divisions will be coming off the excitement of NAPA Super DIRT Week XLVIII, and for the 358 Modifieds, Sportsman Modifieds, and Pro Stocks Brockville, it’s is the last race of the season as the Series Championships will be decided. On Friday, October 18, the Super DIRTcar Series headlines the show with their second to last race of the season, with the World Finals presented by CAN-AM hosting the final rounds of the season.

The DIRTcar 358 Series finale at Brockville on Saturday, October 19 is a $10,000 to win 100-lap Bullringer.

Making a trip for the races at Brockville Ontario Speedway is perfect family fun, and there is plenty to do and places to stay in the region. One of the most popular attractions is the Aquatarium, a 33,000+ square foot climate-controlled aquarium and discovery center on the shores of the St. Lawrence River. Another great stop is The National Air Force Museum of Canada. The museum has over thirty vintage aircraft on site, including the famous World War II fighter, the Hawker Hurricane.

Whether you are a long-time weekly fan of Brockville, or it’s your first time, there is plenty of DIRTcar action to look forward to in 2019!

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2019 Brockville Ontario Speedway Schedule

April 20 Annual Fan Fest & CHEO Fundraiser at Brockville Walmart, Live Band FREE

May 4 Open Practice & Tech Inspections 1pm -4pm FREE

May 11 50th Anniversary Opening Night, OGILVIES AUTO & FLEET TRIPLE CROWN 50L 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, 50L Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman, Street Stocks & Mini Stocks, Legends Grand Marshall Howard Shaw (no courtesy passes) $24

May 18 SUPERIOR CELLULAR & SOUND,50th Anniversary, Bob Green Grand Marshall, 50L Street Stocks $500 to Win, 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman & Outlaw Vintage $14

May 25 RYCON ELCETRICAL, 50th Anniversary, 50L Mini Stocks $300 to Win, 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman Street Stocks, Legends Grand Marshall Walter Pennock $14

June 1 Regular Show, 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman, Street Stock & Outlaw Vintage $14

June 8 OGILVIES AUTO & FLEET TRIPLE CROWN, 50L 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, 50L Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman, Street Stocks & Mini Stocks (no courtesy passes) $24

June 15 COCA COLA, Regular Show, 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman Street Stock, & Outlaw Vintage $14

June 22 TALLMAN TRUCK CENTRE, Regular Program, 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman, Street Stock & Mini Stock $14

June 29 POLITE SAND 7 GRAVEL, Regular Show, 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman, Street Stock & Outlaw Vintage $14

July 6 1000 ISLANDS RV, 50th Anniversary, Mid-Season Championship, Double Points, 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified Bullringer Qualifier for the Loud & Dirty Fall Nationals, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman, Street Stocks & Mini Stocks $5

July 13 JIM’S PERFORMANCE, Regular Show, 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman, Street Stock & Outlaw Vintage $14

July 20 TACKABERRY CONTSTRUCTION, AUTOGRAPH NIGHT, PATRIOT SPRINT CARS, 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman, Street Stocks & Mini Stocks (no courtesy passes) $27

July 27 DRAPER DOORS, Regular Show, 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman, Street Stock & Outlaw Vintage $14

Aug 3 Regular Show, 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman, Street Stock & Mini Stocks $14

Aug 10 FOSTER REPAIR, LUCAS OIL ESS SPRINTS, 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman, Street Stocks & Outlaw Vintage (no courtesy passes) $27

Aug 17 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman, Street Stocks & Mini Stocks $14

Aug 24 Regular Show, 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman, Street Stock & Outlaw Vintage $14

Aug 31 1000 ISLANDS TOYOTA Final Points on our 50th Anniversary, 1000 Islands RV 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman, Draper Doors Rookie Sportsman, Street Stocks & Mini Stocks plus Fireworks! (no courtesy passes) $20

Sept 14 RYCON ELECTRIC FALL KART CLASSIC 1 PM start, (no season passes) $5
Sept 15 MONSTER MUD ENDURO 4, 6/8 cyl, Mini Van & Ladies Races 1PM Start, cars must be registered by NOON $14

LOUD & DIRTY BRAND FALL NATIONALS EVENT OCT 18-19TH
A CRAIG REVELLE TRIBUTE PRESENTED BY ST. LAWRENCE RADIOLOGY & REZ X RACING
SPONSORED BY BOB FM, RECORDER & TIMES
ALL OCTOBER EVENT INFO WILL BE POSTED ON THE WEBSITE & FACEBOOK PAGE

Oct 18 LOUD & DIRTY BRAND Fall Nationals Dirt Big Blocks Series 100L, Mr. Dirt Sportsman 50L Series-OGILVIES AUTO & FLEET SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP CROWNING, Mr. Dirt Pro Stock 50L Series, & Invitational Mini Stock, 6 pm start, Time Trials Prior $40
Kids $5
No Passes

Oct 19 LOUD & DIRTY BRAND Fall Nationals BOS 50th ANNIVERSARY $10,000 to Win BULLRINGER Dirt 358 Modified 110 L Series-OGILVIES AUTO & FLEET CHAMPIONSHIP CROWNING, Open 360 SPRINTS, Invitational Street Stock 30L, 5 PM start, Time Trials Prior, plus Annual After Party $40
Kids $5
No Passes
Schedule Subject to Change

All changes in sufficient time to notify the spectators, participants and press. Weekly divisions consist of Dirt 358 Modified, Dirt Sportsman Sportsman Rookies, and Street Stocks.
Alternate divisions are Outlaw Vintage & Mini Stocks.

ALL RACES START AT 7 PM EXCEPT WHERE NOTED
Gates Open at 5PM, Kids Under 15 FREE with Paid General Admission
(excluding Sept 14, Fall Nationals) proof of age required

GO KART RACING WEDNESDAY NIGHTS 7PM

Rudolph Roars to Loud & Dirty Brand Northeast Fall Nationals Win

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Erick Rudolph Keeps Championship Hopes Alive with Win at Brockville Ontario Speedway’s Northeast Fall Nationals

BROCKVILLE, ON – October 12, 2018 – Erick Rudolph roared to Victory Lane at the Loud & Dirty Brand Northeast Fall Nationals at Brockville Speedway and closed the gap on Championship Points leader Matt Sheppard going into the Can-Am Off-Road World of Outlaws World Finals. Peter Britten remained red hot with a second-place finish coming off his Camping World 150 win and third place in the Billy Whittaker Cars 200 at Oswego Speedway’s NAPA Super DIRT Week XLVII. Graham Racing and Troyer chassis teammate Danny Johnson finished right on Britten’s tail in third.

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10/12/2018 Northeast Fall Nationals Brockville Ontario Speedway

BROCKVILLE, ONT – October 12, 2018 – Erick Rudolph roared to Victory Lane at the Loud & Dirty Brand Northeast Fall Nationals at Brockville Speedway and closed the gap on Championship Points leader Matt Sheppard going into the Can-Am Off-Road World of Outlaws World Finals. Peter Britten remained red hot with a second-place finish coming off his Camping World 150 win and third place in the Billy Whittaker Cars 200 at Oswego Speedway. Graham Racing and Troyer chassis teammate Danny Johnson finished right on his tail in third.

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Brockville Speedway Hosts Huge DIRTcar Northeast Weekend

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The Super DIRTcar Series Makes its Final Trip North of the Border in 2018 for the Loud & Dirty Brand Northeast Fall Nationals at Brockville Speedway

CONCORD, NC – September 27, 2018 – Many consider Brockville Speedway one of the most exciting bullrings in North America. Pair that with the best Big-Block Modified drivers in the Northeast and Canada, and you are guaranteed to have a thrilling event. Drivers and teams have just come off of another successful NAPA Super DIRT Week, and the points chase is narrowing down. The Super DIRTcar Series has only the World of Outlaws World Finals presented by Can-Am at the Dirt Track at Charlotte to decide the Series Championship.
The Big-Block Modifieds race on Friday, October 12, while the DIRTcar 358 Modifieds close out their season on Saturday with the rescheduled Bullringer 110. The Sportsman Modifieds and Pro Stocks are also on the card to finish their Championships, making for a huge DIRTcar Northeast weekend.

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